The move could appease European regulators concerned with data collection practices
Big apps like YouTube, Facebook, and X won't be available anymore
Atomic resonance so narrow that it doesn't lose a second in 300 billion years
Forward-looking: Atomic clocks are extraordinarily precise and intricate timekeeping devices, capable of maintaining accuracy without losing a second over hundreds of millions of years. Currently, researchers are actively exploring the development of potential nuclear clocks that could offer even greater precision and reliability in time measurement.
Targeted at creators and professionals, the Surface Studio 2 adds a dedicated neural chip for local AI processing, a brighter 120Hz screen, more ports, and a microSD card slot. However, its high price and its 80W GPU prevent it from being a clear-cut success.
The Samsung T9 is the latest iteration of the company's well-regarded external SSD drives. It features a new USB 3.2 Gen2x2 interface, achieving up to 2,000 MB/s in transfer speeds.
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Ad-free Netflix could cost more soon
It's unlikely to be the only one
Better cooling performance, lower pump power draw, and cheaper to make
Windows 10 remains the most widely adopted desktop OS by a wide margin
After a lengthy development phase, VeraCrypt 1.26.7 brings bug fixes, updated algorithms, EMV support, and numerous back-end improvements. This version also drops support for TrueCrypt encrypted volumes.
Software support ended in 2018
Fully playable in single-player, co-op and room-scale modes still in development
BlueWalker 3 is one of the brightest objects in the night sky
With the new Cyberpunk 2077 2.0 update and Phantom Liberty expansion, we're bringing you a fresh optimization guide that goes through every setting in the game to see how to best improve performance.
Private posts and conversations were excluded
It's an unrepairable problem without a quick solution
Planet's current moon system may have also emerged from past collision
Google's "Privacy Sandbox" is still ad tracking tech, the EFF warns
Cooler Master's award-winning Sneaker X PC is for sale
Mobile data rankings: the US is very expensive, Israel has the cheapest data plans
Apple briefly considered buying Bing from Microsoft
Windows 7-to-11 free upgrade is done after 7 years, we think
Intel's latest EUV chip production could help it retake the lead in the semiconductor race
Ringleader could be looking at as much as 165 years in prison
The spacecraft that captured spectacular Pluto sunsets has a new, extended mission
Possibly the most dangerous CPU cooler ever created
They will go on sale later this month in the US. Canada, and Europe
Mobile users cannot opt out of the test
Demand for the high-end Lovelace cards is outpacing supply in Japan
Intel's 14th-gen desktop CPUs are coming later this month
The unmoderated AI is faster than the competition and can be used by anyone, anywhere
The company recorded $5.5 billion in revenue and a profit of $1.3 billion during Q2
True privacy-abiding browsers have already rejected the technology
A hot potato: The hotly debated "Privacy Sandbox" tech is Google's solution to the universal hate reserved for third-party cookies and behavioral advertising. The Sandbox brings several new technologies including the Topics API, which would classify users in interest-based categories by carefully watching what they do and where they go on the web.
Or $3,799 if you want the more powerful version
The overheating poses no threat to user safety or device integrity
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